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The estimated tax feature in turbo tax for 2019 excludes my qualified dividends from the taxable income, is this correct?

 
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The estimated tax feature in turbo tax for 2019 excludes my qualified dividends from the taxable income, is this correct?

Qualified dividends (and capital gains) are taxed at a lower rate than ordinary income. In fact, the lowest bracket of qualified dividends is taxed at 0% in these income ranges.

$0-$38,600 - Single

$0-$77,200 - Married Filing Jointly

$0-$51,700 - Head of Household

$0-$38,600 - Married Filing Separately

So I would not be surprised if qualified dividends were excluded from your estimated tax for 2019, depending on your income.

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